In Memoriam

  • In Memoriam, Vol. 91, No. 2

    In Memoriam, Vol. 91, No. 2

    1930s | 1940s | 1950s | 1960s | 1970s | 1980s  2010s | Friends 1930s James G. Brown, EE 36, of Bradenton, Fla., on Feb. 19. Production engineering officer, Army (2nd Lt.). WWII. General Electric. Patent holder. Douglas Aircraft Corporation. Lead missile engineer, General Dynamics Convair. Manager, Aerospace Corporation. Martin-Marietta Skylab. 1940s Arnold Broyles Barrett, ME 43, of Evans, Ga., on Jan. 22. Navy. WWII. Korean War. more

  • John Imlay Jr.

    John Imlay Jr.

    John Imlay Jr., IM 59, of Atlanta, on March 25. Imlay was a founding father of Atlanta’s tech industry and an angel investor whose backing helped start many successful businesses. Imlay’s business career took off in 1971, when he became CEO of Management Science America Inc., known as MSA. According to the Atlanta Business Chronicle, more

  • Morris “David” Prince

    Morris “David” Prince

    Morris “David” Prince, EE 46, MS ECE 49, of Atlanta, Ga., on Jan. 8. Prince had a successful career in science and engineering, rising to prominence through his contributions to display technology and electronics. At Georgia Tech, Prince was selected for the U.S. Navy V-12 Honors program. After graduation, he was commissioned into the Navy more

  • Mark Hampton

    Mark Hampton

    Mark Hampton, Arch 48, of Coconut Grove, Fla., on Feb. 28. Hampton was a successful architect whose work included modern homes as well as commercial projects such as the Wolfsonian Museum and Bal Harbour Shops. As part of an exhibition of his work in 2010, the University of Miami School of Architecture described Hampton as more

  • Pete Silas

    Pete Silas

    C.J. “Pete” Silas, ChE 53, of Washington, Okla. on Dec. 16. Silas had a lengthy and impressive career at Phillips, where he retired as chairman and CEO of the petroleum company.  In high school, Silas was recruited for a full basketball scholarship to Georgia Tech. After graduating from Tech, Silas joined Phillips as a trainee more